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Author Topic: How do you study?  (Read 14815 times)
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Religion: celtic reconstructionist / irish
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« Reply #28: December 30, 2007, 12:09:17 pm »

How do you other teens go about studying paganism? Do you read every book you can get your hands on, or do you read books about specific things? Are any of you lucky enough to be able to take classes somewhere or have pagan friends to study with? Especially for people who's parents either don't know or don't approve, how do you practice and actually *be* pagan?

I'm asking because I'm feeling stuck. Since I'm not really part of an actual *religion* (Wicca's the closest, minus the deities and a few other things), so I don't really know how to continue researching. My parents know, but aren't really that supportive, so I can't get any help there, and I'm the only one I know who's pagan. How do you guys deal with it?
since i am a reconstructionist.i read history and myhology.i stop by the new age section for a good laugh.all the so-called celtic books out there.most would not know a stone circle from a sacred grove.stay away from anything by dj conway.he has no clue what celtic is.the celts were NOT a peacefull people.they were like most societies of the time.very war were either the conquerer or the conquered.and they did practice blood sacrifice.everybody did in that time.what you find in the new-age section of the book store is NOT celtic.

It's raining,it's pouring.Storms are so adoring.

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